This 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova SS was built to do only one thing - go fast! And it delivers with a powerful fuel-injected 400 V8 with a supercharger on top. Plus, there are solid investments in a performance-oriented interior, suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and six-speed. It all means this mean-as-midnight coupe doesn't try to hide its speedy intentions... which means everyone will hide from you on the street and the strip.
*Dark and sleek representation of a .....
*Code-18 real-deal Nova Super Sport
*Wraparound chrome bumper and bright trim
*17-inch Torq Thrust wheels allow for modern sport tires
*Classic Nova SS interior features like low-back bucket seats and white strips
*Provisions for air conditioning (needs service/parts)
*Custom race cage adds strength
*G-Force racing harnesses
*400 cubic-inch V8 built about 6400 miles ago
-Professionally built by Prestige Motorsports
-Holley Sniper fuel injection on a dual-quad style setup
--AFR aluminum heads
--Estimated 750 horsepower at the rear wheels
*Hooker headers feeding dual exhaust and Flowmasters
*Exhaust cutouts for when you want to bring the thunder
*Tremec six-speed manual transmission
*Ford 9-inch rear
*Tubular A-arm front suspension
*Adjustable coilovers behind every wheel
*Hydroboost power brakes
*Wilwood four-wheel discs
We like that this one keeps a touch of the classic Nova attitude, including the full interior with hallmark premium white accent strips on the seats and doors. Of course, the racing harnesses, race cage, and big air grabber you can see from anywhere in the car remind you of its full setup. We're told this package could put down as much as 750 horsepower at the rear wheels. And when you mash the accelerator as much as you dare, and let the beefed-up Ford 9-inch rear and wide Nitto tires grip the pavement, you'll likely agree on that monster power rating. This is a seriously mean street machine, which makes it so nice to own. Don't let this growling Nova slip away. Call today!